Stuart Hogg – Scotland Rugby Player Profile

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Stuart Hogg – Scotland Rugby Player Profile

 

Full name Stuart William Hogg
Date of birth 24 June 1992 (age 24)
Place of birth Melrose, Scotland
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight 100 kg (15 st 10 lb; 220 lb)
School Hawick High School
Rugby union career
Current status
Position(s) Fullback, Fly-half, Centre
Current team Glasgow Warriors
Playing career
Position Fullback, Fly-half, Centre
Amateur clubs
Years Club / team
–2010 Hawick
Professional/senior clubs
Years Club / team Caps (points)
2011– Glasgow Warriors 90 (155)
correct as of 21 May 2016.
National team(s)
Years Club / team Caps (points)
2011
2012–
2013
Scotland U20
Scotland
British and Irish Lions
5
48
1
(10)
(74)
(5)
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Stuart Hogg

Stuart Hogg (24 June 1992) is a Scottish rugby union player who plays for Scotland and Glasgow Warriors. He was a student at Trinity Primary School and Hawick High School. He played at Hawick Wanderers, Hawick and Heriots. He picked up his first top for the Scotland national rugby union group in the wake of gaining a ring to Andy Robinson’s 36-man squad for the 2012 Six Nations taking after a progression of noteworthy exhibitions for Glasgow. Hogg urged his introduction against Wales in Cardiff, going ahead as a substitute after damage to Max Evans. Nonetheless, he was denied an attempt on his introduction by the ref wrongly requiring a thump on in the development to his going too far.

Stuart William Hogg won his first top for Scotland when he was presented as a substitute for Max Evans in the 2012 RBS 6 Nations Championship coordinate against Wales in Cardiff. After two weeks he then made his first begin, against France, and denoted the event with his first strive for Scotland in an execution permeated with ability and certainty, a component he conveyed into 2013 British and Irish Lions visit to Australia, as the squad’s most youthful player.

Hogg brought ostensibly the type of his still youthful profession to the 2016 RBS 6 Nations, procuring 30% of general society vote to win the Player of the Tournament Award, because of a gigantic general commitment to the national group’s battle, with tries against France and Ireland, and naturally bold helps for Seymour, Visser, and Barclay among his 2016 title showreel.  Hogg was one of just five players who began in each round of the 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship and was chosen for the 12-man waitlist for the player of the competition, alongside kindred Scot and Glasgow Warriors club-mate, Jonny Gray.

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